Suitcase filled with aerosols detonated near Nuremberg

By REUTERS
July 27, 2016 17:59

 
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BERLIN - An explosion went off close to an office for migration in the town of Zirndorf near Nuremberg on Wednesday, German broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk reported, adding that it was not yet known whether there were any casualties.

The broadcaster said on its website that a suitcase filled with aerosols was detonated, adding that it was unknown who had caused the explosion.

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